After effective treatment development in the 1980s, outcomes for autism have markedly improved. Many challenges, however, still remain in areas like supporting students in college, adults in the workforce, and developing new models of independent living.
This panel discussion will focus on aspects of the diagnosis of ASD in girls and women. It will include aspects of possible bias in diagnostic and screening instruments and potential factors that delay recognition of ASD in females.
Drs. Fred Volkmar, Roald Oien Ph.D. &, Clair Harrop Ph.D.